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Amy Gorin, MS, RDN

location-pin Stamford, Connecticut

School: Northwestern University, 2006

Expertise: Amy is an inclusive plant-based dietician, aiming to help everyone eat more plants, whether you’re vegan, flexitarian, or simply looking to improve your diet. She writes about common nutrition gaps, plant-based meal planning, nutrition-oriented remedies for health issues, weight management, self-care, and more.

Amy Gorin, MS, RDN

  • Amy is a registered dietician nutritionist (RDN) and a member of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.
  • She’s contributed to several books, including Runner’s World Meals on the Run, The Runner’s World Cookbook, The Runner’s World Vegetarian Cookbook, and The MIND Diet.
  • Amy has written over 1,000 health and nutrition articles as a journalist—and has been interviewed for more than 1,000 additional print, digital, and broadcast media stories as an RDN. 


Amy is a nationally-recognized registered dietician nutritionist (RDN) and journalist who’s worked in digital and print media since 2006—and today, she has a media reach surpassing 3 billion. She regularly writes for The Healthy, Food Network, and Everyday Health and has been a featured expert for print, digital, and television outlets such as Women’s Health, US News, The Washington Post, People, CNN, and many more. Amy previously held editorial roles at Health, Weight Watchers, Parents, and American Baby magazines and has contributed to several nutrition books and cookbooks. In addition to her media work, Amy provides nutrition counseling to individuals, couples, groups, food companies, and corporations through her private practice, Plant Based with Amy.


Northwestern University, MS, Journalism